In colour

Conservative to creative – what colour scheme matches your personality?

The mood that bright colours create is vibrant, uplifting, fun, contemporary and casual. Bright colours can be used to uplift a neutral or pastel palette. Bright colours include orange, red, hot pink, cobalt blue and lime green.

Colours that don’t match up to your personality can create undesired tension

The mood that dark colours create is serious, conservative, dignified and dramatic. The mood can be changed by accessorising with bright, pastel or neutral colours. Dark colours include dark blue, navy, dark green, deep red, burgundy, dark brown, black and charcoal.
So whatever mood you are trying to create in your special space, keep in mind how colour can contribute and have fun with your paint colours, furnishings and artwork to achieve that look and feel.

 

Tones with flexibility – neutral tones can be a great base for future growth.

The colour and mood of your home can have a dramatic effect on your emotions. Mood is the atmosphere or vibe you feel when you are in your home. You may have the same mood throughout your home or each room may have a different feeling.

A dark green can suit people perfectly

The mood that neutrals create is natural, non-emotional and lacking any passion. However, neutrals are a great base for decorating any room in your home and you can change their energy by accessorising with other colours. Dark neutrals such as charcoal can create a heavy mood and be a little bit oppressive. Light neutrals such as white, pale grey, and cream, create a softer, calmer and lighter atmosphere.

The mood that pastels create is friendly and inviting, romantic and calming. Pastel colours include soft pink, light blue, pale green, lemon, pale aqua or white.
So whatever mood you are trying to create in your special space, keep in mind how colour can contribute and have fun with your paint colours, furnishings and artwork to achieve that look and feel.

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